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Citizens' Association [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 26 March 1915

Citizens* Association A meeting of the Wollongong; and District Citizens' 'Association was held last night, Mr. Frank Young (President) , in the chair. Although there are ninety members the attendance was not large, but it was an improvement on previous meetings. In regard to the proposed line to ? Port Kembla, Mr. W. J. Wiseman ' thought that a committee should be appointed from the association to ascertain exactly which route the line w,as to take, with a view to giving the members something ±o go oh. He moved that the secretary, treasurer, and president be the com mittee to bring in a report on the matter to next meeting. Mr. J. Frew, seconded. Mr. Mayo was opposed to the mo tion, as he contended that it was against the decision of the Govern ment engineers, who were qualified to decide the route. Mr. Leener considered that mem bers of the association had a per fect right to know which route the line was to take; if they did not like it they- could at least put in a protest again...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 26 March 1915

| Perfect Digestion Means Perfect Health. A. good stomach ' keeps every part J of the ,body ; in perfect condition and disease cannot break in. Dr. Shel don's Digestive Tabules are a natur al , remedy for all disorders arid weaknesses of . the stomach. They possess exactly the same properties/ as the .gastric juices and other di gestive fluids of the stomach. They actually do the digestive work of the stomach and enable that organ to rest, recuperate,, and become sound and healthy. They act in a mild, natural manner, and cause no -disturbance in the' digestive' organs. They prevent any fermentation .of ,the food, which causes sour stomach I)r. Sheldon's Digestive Tabules in stil health into every part of the ? human body. They compel perfect digestion of the food and perfect as similation of the food nutriment. Every organ of the body is kept in, repair, and good- health necessarily, results. At the ea£ie timer the stom ach, being relieved of its work, gets well and strong. iA trial...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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Church Services. CHURCH OF ENGLAND. Sixth Sunday in Lent. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 26 March 1915

Church feer vibes. OHUtBCH OF (ENGLAND. Sixth. Sunday in Lent, ' St. Michael's, Wollongong, 8 a.m. H.C. Rev. C. A. Stubbin. 11 a.m., Morning Prater: iRev. J(. Poole. 7.15, Evening Prayer and H.C., Rev^ C. A. Stubbin. Keiraville, 11, Rev. C. A. Stubbiii. Fairy Meadow, ,3, H.C. , Rev. c. A. Stubbin. Port Kembla, 3 p.m.. Rev. J. Poole. Figtree, 7.15, H.C.. Rev. J. Poole. Mount Kembla. 8 p.m. Mr. L. Parsons. Balgownie, 7.15, Mr. C. .1. Stubbin. Holy Wee^. — Monday, 29th to Sat urday, 3rd April. Litany and Short Meditation each evening, commenc ing 7.30 p.m. « Good Friday, 2nd April, St. Mich ael's, Wollongong, 11, 3, 7.30 p.m. Balgownie, 3 p.m. Figtree, 7.15. Bulli, 11, Mr. !A'. Moore; 7.15 OH: 0.), Memorial Service for the late Andrew Oldroyd, Rev. p. W. Dowe V Thirroul, 11, H.C., Rev. p. W. Dowe; 7fl5, Mr. 'A. Moore. Woonona, 11, Mr. Gibson; 7.15, Mr. Jarrett. ROMAN CATHOLIC. Mass, Wollongong', 6.45 a.m., 8, and 11. Evening, 7.30, Devotions. Balgownie, 9 a.m., Mt Kembla, 9 а.m. Port K...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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Catholic Men's Breakfast A GREAT GATHERING. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 26 March 1915

Catholic Men's Breakfast A IGHREA.T GATHERING. In the parish hafl of St Francis} Xav er's, Wollongong, on Sunday morning lust there was assembled at , a breakfast, which was a social func tion in connection with the mission of Fathers Goodman and Smith, a gathering which thronged the hall. The Very Rev, Father Dunne, who presided, proposed the to.ast, ' The \ P-ipe find the King.' In this toast 'two great monarchs, so to speak, were linked together. The first was the representative of our Lord .J esus Christ on earth, he was our spirit ual ruler. The second was our tenv poral ruler. Regarding their rope, he was the representative and vice.re gent of Jesus Christ, and successor' ?of St. Peter, who was the first' Pope J of Rome. The present Tope had , reigned only a few months, and du ring that short reign he had mani fested wonder'ul wisdom and wond erful strength of character. He was very anxibus to bring peace in the world; the representative of Christ, 'he wished ail men to live i...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 26 March 1915

| THE ' . FREEMASONS' HOTEL WOLLONGONG. THE LEADING HOTEL ON THE SOUTH COA8T, TARIFF: From lGs. Day or £3 3«. per WeeK. SAMPLE ROOMS 5/- DAY EXFBA. Tooth's XXX Ales only on Draught. all WINES & SPIRITS GUARANTEED TRUE TO LABEL. '* ' ' i.''- * c.-.- 1 Latest Sporting News from Sydney, Mel - bourne, and Gaulfield posted outside the Hotel and alBO inside the Saloon Bar. -????? The FamooB American Lager 'SchUtz,'* is now Obtainable in both. Bars. '. ? P. T. DOYLE, Tel. 106. v Pbopbuttob. F. JONES, Chemist, Thirroul, BEOS to state that he has REMOVED* 1 to Larger'! and more Up-to-date ' Premises NEXT TO Mr ROBINSOIS'8 ESTATE' AGENC*. , f Particular oare has been devoted to the Dispensing Department, which has been fitted up with every requisite. His reputa tion as a careful and accurate Dispenser is , well known and recognised by iooal Medical Men and by many leading ?Sydney Medicos. The finest Drugs only are used, atad tn Charges most moderate, - J A large assortment pf Perfumes...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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NEWCASTLE NOTES [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 26 March 1915

NOTfS J In 'the Newcastle Court last * wees - I ah' application for the transfer of 9 the Beach Hotel, Merwetber, fron-, ? Peter Roxby to George W. Craig,- I was granted. fl In the Lambton Court, last week, a George Agnew was convicted of us- fl iug insulting words to H. J. Noble, M the Town Clerk. Agnew had gone in- I to the office and bad abused and ? struck tlie clerk. Aifnew pleaded to- B be leniently dealt with, being depen- I dent on his pension and the sup- S port of his son. Mr. Windeyer said B that although the offence was a se-- M rious one, complainaiit did not ask ? for a heavy penalty. The Magistrate I said that Agnew was fortunate; a 1 fine of 10s, with professional costs ? two guineas, also court -costs, was S -imposed. Agnew was also put uj S a good behaviour bond. Defendant's- E son is an alderman. H The Meadows Estate, New Lamb- S ton, was brought under the hammer If by Messrs. Lang, Wood, and Co. on 9 Saturday last, and attracted a very B large attendance of buyer...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 26 March 1915

Picture Framing i , . ? A Contented Mind is a thing Divine. fllO know that yourFrameB ate of the 1 latest and well made is the main road to 'contentment.: This road undoubtedly leads to the Establishment of Wambe Oottlton. - Just Arrived, another lot of Travellers' , Samples of all sorts of Electroplate # Fancy Goods Suitable for BIRTHDAY & WEDDING PRESENT*3. ? As toy Piicels.are suitable to* aU;-ihe satis faction cf my Customers proves the genuine ness of my business. Ficturs Framing, Fancy Goods, and Stationery. * ' Advance Wollongong Shopping locally. , ' Watch the Windows. WALTER COULTON, UPPEH CROWJT STEEET, WOLLONGONG

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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A Clifton Case (To the Editor.) [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 26 March 1915

A Clifton Case I (To the Editor.) C Sir, —Kindly allow me space in J your Valued paper to ask Air. Drau. 9 er a few -questions in reply to hi® 9 letter and depositions iu your issu* fl of tbe 19th instant./ ~ 9 Is it a factt that the cadets us^d B the school ? Is it a fact that th-* , B boys could not set into 'the play- B ground, let alone the school, until B Mr. Draper unlocked: the school gate? 'fl Is it a fact that oq one* occasion B the young lady who cleaned school* fl was kept waiting for some consider- fl able time, not being able to get fl into the school for cleaning purpos. fl es on account of the school being fl locked and the key be^ng = in M-. . fl Draper's pocket ? flj Is it a fact' that Mt. DraPer sat fl in court and heard 'the inference ae fl regards the cadets ? , fl Mr. Editor, had Mr. Draper state.! fl 'school ground,' nobody could hav« fl ta^en any exception, but, seeing he jfl etated the school, arid his evidence is slear re school being ^opened, thereby . Wm n...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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ALBION PARK [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 26 March 1915

ALBIOH PARK About two hundred ten gallon cans ?of mUk from Jamberoo are arriving at the Ailbion Park Creamery daily, and the demand in Sydney contin ues good. There has been a substan tial falling oil m the supply in this district, and if a good fall of rain does not occur at an early d»ite, there will be a difficulty experienced in producing sufficient milk to pope with the demand. The Crown Pictures, Albion Park, have a special programme for Sat urday night iu the Agricultural Hall — the star being 'When the Heart §Jpeaks.' See advt. The new Jamberoo cheese (factory is no|tv almost completed, and a full complement of up-to-date mach nery is being installed by Messrs. Waugh and Josephson, the whole of iwih'.ch was conveyed safely from ICiama by Messrs. Graham Bros. ,The cheese room is fifty-two feet by twenty eight feet and adjoining this is a packing room fifty feet by forty ei.v feet. There are two Cheese vats tweri ty-two feet long and five feet nine in wide, ? and two very larg...

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The Royal Show [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 26 March 1915

The Royal Show In every section of the great showi of, the 'Royal Agricultural Society; to be held in Sydney it Easter time the entries are extremely satisfac tory.. 'The feature of the horse ? sec tion will be the light horses, ? For the various contests horses from all parts of Australia will be engaged. Up to forty horses are entered *or a, single jumping' levent; : In: all there; are 1105 entries in the horse ' sec tion; eight hundred cattle twill ' be shewn and although some of the sec tions have iabt as ' large an entry as the previous years, this is not the ;c^\;witii';'''Uie ;be& Shorthorns. Pigs show a Sticking , increase and two thousand ehtries were -received - for the poultry section. T^ne show opens' on March 30th and thp management; €eel- confident that in point of 1 at traction it .will equal sany beld in' the past; ? ' ? - Mr. and Mrs, W, Nickel,. yjunr., open their dancing class in - the Wollori- -. gong Town Hall on April 8. On May 6th a late night supper '...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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CURRENT JOTTINGS [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 26 March 1915

CURRENT JOTTINGS Our great national need has o'een much said to be population. Lieaders of local opinion and prominent vis itors have ali^e urged that the great vacant spaces be filled. The question of population, it seems to me, should be considered iji relation to climate. How, is a country, over a very great extent of which the rainfall averages only from twenty inches to ten inches, and which fall is so lumpy that av eraging does not give an idea of it, to provide for a big population all the time ? Until we settle that pro blem it is doubtful wisdom to in vite to any extent people to settle in Australia; while we don't know any more than we do now I would . say a big population would be in a precarious position. Water supply for towns, as they grow, is a matter in not a lew 'parts of worry. The primitive town may have been able to supply itself from creeks or billabongs when the house tank had failed, by water carts, but while the towns are growing, water supply is stationary^ ...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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BALGOWNIE [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 26 March 1915

BALG0WN1E A committee of ladies, consisting of Mrss. A. (Jram, II. R. Murdoch, A. Hicks, E. Moorehouse, T. 'Thomp- son, *W. Aiuchterlohie, C. Lding, D, liimery, J . Brett, W, Bison, A. Simp- 1 son, M. Brown, iA. Masters, R. .G. ! Walker, R. Grant and C. Campbell, j carried out a very successful collec-j tion and soc al on behalf of T. Car keek. After paying all expenses they - handed over -£34 15s. Too much thanks cannot be given Mr. Hens on, ?who so kindly placed his merry-go round and the Plant free cr cha'-gj at the disposal the! commit tea for one night, thus enabling them j to gather four pounds ten shillings. Mi*. Carkeek has been very unfortun-j ate; he has been, ailing off and on | for years, and has been unable to do work of any kind for the past ! twelve months; he has been four tiiqes in hospital and is now an in mate' of a Sydney hospital, having j undergone a very severe operation. In all probability it will be some,; time before lie fully recovers. He' and the 'famay a...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 26 March 1915

Central Hotel, I D APTO I A. L. CHKISTIAN I (Late of Tattersall's Hotel, Tamworth) K WISHES to notify the residents of the I district, and others, that he has taken H over the business of the Central Hotel from B F. Gr. Makin, and trusts by civility and at- B tention to business to merit their patron&ffe. ffi The accommodation will be under the Bj direct *uper vision of Mrs Christian, and no K effort will be spared to eosuie the comfort of H tourists and others. K Only the Beet Brands of Wines and Spirits B stocked. H 1 ' T==jijBnBr It is an admitted fact that most of the suffering caused by 1 B ? : Indigestion could be avoided. There is no satisfaction in that ^B&E: 1 I ??? j|||gy knowledge to you if you are being tortured now. If that is your * B ? ? -JMy condition, put your organs of digestion — the stomach, liver, and bowels — B into proper working order, so that you can digest what you eat. . That's the \ K way* the only way to get rid of Indigestion and other k...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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WEEK BY WEEK [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 26 March 1915

WEEK BY WEEKii Mr. Ey J . Gibbons has been ap^ pointed a Towrodji Park trustee. Mr. C. Cornford was married to Miss East on Tuesday in the ifretho dist Church, Kiama ?O ^ The annual meeting of the Workers Tutorial 'Association, Wollongong, will be held on Wednesday evening. ?At the Belgian -Fund meeting in Nowra Mr. Mark Morton intimated he? would bive one pound per -week .while the w,ar lasts, with ten pound! pa d down in advance. — o — Mineral lease of 640 acrefe, M.Ij. 4, ; parish Bulgo, E, Collaery, it is in tended to declare void, but the area will be open for leasing, alter date of declaration. Th'e following has been proclaimed a 'Minir-g Purpose' within meaning rof the Act, 'Erecting dwellings for .f the use of persons employed in or about mines or mining leaseholds.' — o — Mr- R. t-. Fitzgerald, District En gineer, who is succeeded here by Mr. * Vowell, from the Richmond, takes the position of assistant t0 the Chief I-ocal Government Engineer. Sf,as ter J. Jr. McDonough, 01...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 26 March 1915

F. A. SWAN Carrier and Contractor. taearM. i Furniture Carefully Removed. Sulkies and Coaches for Hire Picnic Parties driven to any part of the district at reasonable rates Address : CORBIMAL STREET, Tel. No. 60 Wollongong. A VALUABLEJNVESTMENT Save the Iosb and prevent the annoyance caused by Busty Tubs by installing in ' 1 the Laundry a set of RUST PROOF WASHING TUBS., which are practically unbreakable. , We also stock an assortment of Elec trical Goods, including all necessaries Bells, Presses, Wet and Dry Batteries r Wire, and Medical Batteries. Inquire from us for anything you require H. Williams & Son, AtcheBOD Street, 'Wollongong Phone 42. DUCHESNE (Lath SIMPSON) The NEWSAGENT, CROWN, 8TBEET, Wollongong (Opposite Commercial Bant)' For the latest Newspapers, Magazines, JPerioaioalB Stationery descriptions to sui * all individual tastes BOOKS One of the finest collection of book# outside Sydney. Best Authors, Neatly Bound, and suitable ' for Prizes and the Library 'Give...

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 26 March 1915

^ MOST MODERN MOTOR OARAGE, - Keira Street* Wollongong. F(JLLYEQUIPPElAVlTEI UP-TO-DATE MAOHIfcT JBfils AND IN THE HANDS OF TRAINED MECHANICS. All Repairs Done and with a Conscience. Vulcanizing, Tyre and Tube Repairs a Speciality. Bazing, Fitting and Turning Done, and all Repairs to Motor Boats, Oil and Gas Engines, Sewing Machines, Pumps, etc. P etrol,Tyres, and all Running Requisites in StocR. ENJOY THE SITES 0? BEAUTIFUL ILLAWARRA. CARS FOR HIRE. Only Sound and Comfortable Cars used, and driven by Competent Men, Special Tourist Trips, All Day and Hall Day to all South Coast Resorts. Telephone 203 Wollongong. JONES & SON, Proprietors SPECIALITIES TO BE HAD AT J. B. WELLS & CO., LOWER CROWN STBEET, WOLLONGONG REX CREAM CHEESE. ADVANCE BULK TEA 1/6 ^ ' *% ' V® ^ r VERY FINE TEAS. t SKIPPER SARDINES. f : . FRUIT SALADS. & CREAM. ? ' SCHWEPP'S CORDIALS ALL GOLD JAjMS Agent for POTTIE'S HORSE MEDICINES. Local Agent — The Victoria Insurance Company, Ltd.. Fire a...

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THIRROUL. [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 26 March 1915

— = ' I THIRROUL. ' I Excelsior Colliery is worki?-g fair ly constantly, trade being said to be good. The inilux of navvies into tTiiirr.jWl for the railway wor^s is increastmg daily, and it is expected tb'it in the course of a fortnight tbe.'e will be seven hundred men between here and Austinaner. The plans for the proposed, central railway depot are on an extensive BC.ale, and provide lor an engine shed to accommodate eighteen engines, with provision to enlarge the building to double the size at a later period. Two automa tic signal boxes are also to l?e con structed, and Thirroul gives pro*ri»e of being a particularly large resid ential centre. What' effect this wiil have on the existing tourist traffic remains to be seen, but opiniotus dii- - fer on this subject. Thirteen buuges have been resumed by the Railway authorities, and as from this wee* the occupiers oi these will be req uired to pay rent in advance to the Department. It iB stated that prices realised in some instances ...

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SCARBOROUGH [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 26 March 1915

SCARBOROUGH The fortnight's pay at the South 'Clifton Colliery is for nine days ; while eight days Yill be paid for at tiie Tunnel Colliery. This is the best pay for some times past, and pros pects, it is stated, are not ,at all bad. There was a large congregation at the Presbyterian Church on Sunday last, when Rev. R. J&ckson conduc ted an Orange service. He took for his text, 'I am the Way, the Truth and the Life,'* and delivered a most impressive discourse — one of the best 6ay his hearers— that has been heard here for many a day. Mr. E-. L&yden presided over a meeting of the local Progress Asso ciation on Thursday evening last, when the sub-committee brought in its report in connection with the re cent visit of the Shire Councillors to Scarborough. The report was re ceived as being satisfactory. It was suggested by Mr. W. A. Sweeney that the association should consider the matter of the establishment of a young men s institute , in Scarbor ough. The opinion was e...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 26 March 1915

Groceries groceries are a necessity, therefore, QU AfclTY GOODS and BEDROCK PRICES' should be your aim when purchasing. jsEwmom 1 Atia.eo; ; $K*f them atrial next/order. On« » ca flfcomer always fl.custompr, , Bargain Price as pur Usual Pripey Phone 15« WOLLONGONG j

Publication Title: South Coast Times And Wollongong Argus
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — South Coast Times and Wollongong Argus — 26 March 1915

II ' to how quickly, M' how' thoroughly^ how easily, Sur- ' j» . manol remedies the greyest, whit- |S estShair. If you ' started using' jt M to-day th^ -vlt}iinj: -- Vwie^ J'Su M wfyul r Lz-notyie;?: 4lre= pld - : pretty !? ; ? - yttd VM i %-» . ^WPWlMtfditoV UBtng;Su?h»ahol for' '????? ' 19 . * ? :--:-W-:; ':; hair.- and is the only inte JeineSv JH * ipr :;grey.l-6sj5?;'4n ; the -world. - £ IfV;- !:? ®5 ' dye or' slain. Price.' , g/. M. ; ;s :;'jfoo«ta{re, ? : IKfe'': : :4jbff- .?-?-, jft- : £.. Sydney. When -Tra-4!tingr~ descHl^* vqS ; i %.;'_ teir;,.tf(rt»1»)esg1fiirtj^s ' ^ypu .^tnem-.' ^1B' . '^HM&sZ *W#r of -ytfur '.'tsdS , j If you want the Biggest Value for yourMoney Order Your NEXT SUIT from : i L. BLACK, The Bight Price Tailor and Outfitter ' (Registered) ' Black's Corner* Wollongong. sr^l|55/- « 55/- ^^1 No Fit, No Pay. I ! My statements have always ! I 1 been proved correct. I mSBBumm^ Ask your friends. SSBHHflra | Come and inspect my Mater ! ' fBfifiBBy ^ ialS 1...

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